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TRANSPORT IN 2040: HOW AUTOMATION AND TECHNOLOGY WILL IMPACT THE FUTURE OF WORK.

TRANSPORT IN 2040: HOW AUTOMATION AND TECHNOLOGY WILL IMPACT THE FUTURE OF WORK.

Bulletin no. 179

  • 18. February 2019
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IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has highlighted the need to consider seafarer training and standards as shipping evolves, with increasing levels of technology and automation. He was speaking at the IMO’s London Headquarters at the launch of a new report “Transport 2040: Automation, Technology and Employment - the Future of Work”.


Cyber Risk – The Time is now!

Cyber Risk – The Time is now!

  • 7. February 2019
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The most common way for cyber criminals to strike is through negligent or poorly trained individuals. In the past, many companies have been victims of cybercrime by relatively unsophisticated hacking methods, such as downloadable links in emails and viruses. In the maritime industry, the belief that “Our vessel is not connected to the cyberspace” is very much WRONG!


Pocket Guide – new concept from Seagull

Pocket Guide – new concept from Seagull

  • 10. January 2019
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Last year, Seagull Maritime introduced a new concept to their comprehensive library of learning – The Pocket Guide. This has been developed as a supplement to the e-learning modules.


Crew Evaluation System - CES

Crew Evaluation System - CES

New updates 2018

  • 20. November 2018
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Personnel recruitment in the maritime sector has to comply with international and national requirements regarding the competence levels expected for rank. Shortage of qualified seafarers, especially officers, have been identified as a global issue that is likely to worsen in the future. For Crew Managers this may impose a challenge on hiring the right people for the job.


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In the maritime industry, ships and crews are constantly exposed to numerous risks and challenges. Since 1996 Seagull Maritime has developed e-learning, competence and assessment systems. Our system enables ship-owners and operators to identify and close competency gaps within their crew to ensure safe and efficient operation. Today we have a comprehensive library of e-learning modules targeting maritime conventions and regulations such as STCW, SOLAS, MARPOL, MLC2006, IMDG Code and ISM code to mention a few. Seagull Maritime takes pride in our high level of maritime knowledge and dedication. We are certified in accordance with DNV-GL Rules for Classification of Maritime Training Providers.

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